May 13, 2021

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Netherlands based Nigerian philanthropist Mr Abada Iwuchukwu Foundation (AIF) reach out to the Widows and less privileges with 38 scholarships given out

Netherlands based Nigerian philanthropist Mr Abada Iwuchukwu who has been making

Nigeria proud with his numerous achievements abroad is home to make it a Detty December for all despite the pandemic constraints.

The jovial business tycoon recently held an outreach for widows and less privileged in a gathering themed ‘This Year Is Cash…No Rice, No Chicken, No Oil…Just Cash’Nigeria proud with his numerous achievements abroad is home to make it a Detty December for all despite the pandemic constraints.

He deemed this theme necessary considering the financial lockdown initiated by the global COVID19 pandemic which has seen many great nations witness an unprecedented economic recession.

Whilst having a fun time with the recipients of his philanthropic gesture, Mr Abada was overjoyed that he could put smiles on the faces of many despite all odds.

 

He further undertook (through Abada Iwuchukwu Foundation) to host 20202 Onitsha Football Tournament which did not hold as a result of the COVID19 pandemic constraints. He enjoined Onitsha youths to be proactive positively and partake in the tournament which would yield future football stars that would go on to make Onitsha and Nigeria in general proud. The tourney which has its finals on the 27th of December 2020 would have medals, trophies and other freebies shared as way of encouraging the youths in their football career endeavors.

Scholarships was also given to 38 people

You too can support the foundation by following them across social media platforms – IG @abada_iwuchukwu